Lego has designed a superb haunted castle with more than 20,000 bricks, which shelters a PC for players with state-of-the-art equipment, both on the processor and on the graphics card, as well as the cooling.

To celebrate the arrival of Halloween, Lego published a video on Twitter that shows a superb haunted castle built with 20,000 plastic bricks and featuring superb details, with a plethora of scary characters (witches, skeletons, vampires). etc.). But this château hides a secret, as we can see in the video below:

Il s’agit en réalité d’un PC pour joueurs. And the configuration is particularly muscular, individual video with the presence of an Intel Core i9-12900KF processor and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 graphics card. As for 3D games, as well as gourmands and resources like Crysis. Lego montre aussi un superbe système de refrigération par eau avec even des araignées dans les conteneurs de liquide. We will also appreciate the control panel that gives indications on the utilization of the machine’s resources, as well as on the temperatures of the processor and the GPU.

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The panel also reveals that the machine has 32 GB of DDR3 memory and 1 TB of storage. Et le bouton marche/arrêt n’est autre qu’une manette en forme de gargouille du plus bel effet.

This is not the first time that a Lego PC has been introduced. For example, the YouTuber GeekMap made a demonstration on YouTube in 2020. He covered his box with Lego plaques and added bricks to it. Le résultat était coloré, mais sans plus. Une demonstration plus poussée a eu lieu en 2021, par le youtubeur bésilien Adrenaline :

In this video, the box is made from Lego bricks and plaques. The power supply and ventilation blocks were then inserted, as were the motherboard and graphic card. The ensemble was then closed with Lego bricks, taking care to leave holes for ventilation and connection. The top of the casing was then decorated with Star Wars characters. Une belle réussite sur le plan ésthetique.

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